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A2008-001.14 Exterior view of storefront  1832 N Lombard 1931

Vintage Portland

Grocery store on the southwest corner of North Lombard and Fenwick Streets, Portland, Oregon, 1931

Jantzen Beach Amusement Park was heralded as Portland’s Million Dollar Playground. When it opened on May 26, 1928, Jantzen Beach was the largest amusement park in the nation. The park sprawled over 123 acres at Hayden Island at the northern tip of Portland.

Jantzen Beach Amusement Park was heralded as Portland’s Million Dollar Playground. When it opened on May Jantzen Beach was the largest amusement park in the nation. The park sprawled over 123 acres at Hayden Island at the northern tip of Portland.

Aerial above Council Crest looking toward Children's Museum, 1973 : A2012-005

Aerial above Council Crest looking toward Children's Museum, 1973 :

1908 Rose Festival, Fire Dept. truck

This Portland Fire Department hose wagon is decorated for the 1908 Rose Festival.

1382.4 SW 4th Yamhill 1939

This 1939 scene looks north along SW Avenue from Yamhill Street. Signs for the Multnomah Hotel (now Embassy Suites Hotel) and the Board of Trade Building in the distance give some perspective.

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Boston Granite Exchange

Boston Granite Exchange

Exterior view of White Castle number 2. Located at 434 West Liberty St. (at 5th St.) in Louisville, Kentucky. Opened in October of 1927 and remodeled in 1931. White Castle sign reads 5 cent hamburgers.

Exterior view of White Castle number Located at 434 West Liberty St.) in Louisville, Kentucky. Opened in October of 1927 and remodeled in White Castle sign reads 5 cent hamburgers.

Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great  by Elbert Hubbard  This is a collection of biographical pieces written by Elbert Hubbard, and published monthly starting in 1894. The pieces were collected and republished in a 14-volume Memorial Edition in 1916, shortly after his death. The first volume includes a memoir of the author, and the last volume includes an index to the entire set. bookquest107@gmail.com

Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great by Elbert Hubbard This is a collection of biographical pieces written by Elbert Hubbard, and published monthly starting in 1894. The pieces were collected and republished in a 14-volume Memorial Edition in 1916, shortly after his death. The first volume includes a memoir of the author, and the last volume includes an index to the entire set. bookquest107@gmail.com

1970s Panasonic Portable Music Players | Photo: Michael Dant inspired by Stanley Kubrick's Alighment of Spheres in 2001: A Space Odessy

When electronics used to be fun! Panasonic - Dynamite 8 track tape player, Take-n-Tape cassette recorder, Panapet radio, and Toot-a-Loop radio. I received the same exact yellow loop radio for Christmas at 15 yrs.

SW Morrison St, 1949 Meier and Frank

SW Morrison St, 1949

SW Morrison and east Meier and Frank, Fred Meyer, Kress, Pioneer Couthouse

A woman finding her car partially buried in the snow in Portland Oregon (1937) http://ift.tt/2F2tW8o

A woman finding her car partially buried in the snow in Portland Oregon (1937) http://ift.tt/2F2tW8o

This building, still standing on the corner of NE Broadway and 28th Avenue, housed several business, including Fernwood Pharmacy, one of the MacMarr Stores, Gaston Meats, and S & S Garage. &nbs...

NE Broadway and 28th Avenue, 1929

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